The DCUAOM is not one continuity. They're a series of (mostly) independent movies, starting in 2007. Two movies are (Superman/Batman) continuity, and there's a whole lot of them that we've called (War) for lack of agreement on a better name, and there's a couple of other tie-ins, with Nolan- and Arkhamverse. But all the others are separate. Superman: Unbound, Green Lantern: Emerald Knights and Batman: Gotham by Gaslight, to name a few, aren't from a shared universe.
The DCUAOM page is NOT a universe designation, like the DCAU.
The DCUAOM is simply the official name given to all of DC's animated films.
What that means is that the movies belong to the "universe of animated DC Movies".
It doesn't mean that all those movies take place in the same universe. There's a big difference.
To further clear up the confusion, some of the later films are in a shared universe (which began with Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox and Justice League: War). However, the majority of them are not. The only ones that are in the shared universe are under the previously-mentioned designation Placeholder Name (War).
A quick follow-up question for ya! We'd like to promote the DC Universe "Instant Expert" page on the wiki pages that are specific to that service. I'd run it past Jamie previously, and he said I should share with you also.
Specifically, we're talking about a narrow banner ad which would run on pages related primarily to DC Universe and DC Universe original series like Titans or Young Justice: Outsiders. Would this be a problem? Thanks!
Reading it back... two things. One, none of our pages look like that. Your sources are not related to DC, and contain needless over-explanation, baseless speculation, or both. That's why your other edits were removed too, in case you were wondering. And two, it's a common misconception that truth, or "canonicity" (which is a troublesome concept for DC) means we just have to accept everything. Your text does nothing to demonstrate this mythical "DC canon" you speak of. Athletics will do for this. And that article does not need to be expanded with numbers and tidbits.